Breed: Lab-Spaniel Mix
What a difference a little love can make!
Looking at Clooney’s happy face today you would never know he arrived at The Arrow Fund a victim of neglect, emaciated and very scared, especially of people. Today, his foster mom calls him a total snugglebug who is happiest when with his people and eager to please them. Clooney is even a regular on family trips to Lowes and Home Depot, and has become quite the social butterfly. A Border Collie/Great Pyrenees mix, Clooney is smart and athletic, and would do great as an agility dog. He’s a big fan of dog parks, and running and playing with his dog buddies. He thinks kitties are fun to chase and has a lot of energy (He’s still puppy-ish at 1.5 years old), so would do best in a kitty-free home and with older children. Medically, Clooney is almost back to full strength and is nearing the end of treatment for Heartworm. Clooney is hoping for a forever family that will continue to take him on fun adventures and remind him every day that he is loved and safe to be his happy and playful self.
Clooney the black lab mix puppy who came to us emaciated and heartworm positive is doing great in his foster home. His heartworm treatment will begin mid November.
His fosters say that he is all puppy. He is active and smart. He is as cute as can be, and has started filling out and looking like a healthy growing puppy!
We look forward to bringing more updates about Clooney’s progress. Thanks as always for your support. T
Clooney is healing and gaining weight with his fabulous fosters Debbie and Paul Croak . Clooney is also starting the long process of Heartworm Treatment. This boy was very scared upon arrival, but is thriving now with love and medical treatment.
As you know Heartworm Treatment takes months , but keep this boy in mind ,because when medcially cleared, Clooney will be a great addition to a loving home !
The Arrow Fund
We received a call from Simpson County that this boy was taken from his home due to neglect . He was very scared .
Thanks to Barb Lewis and Stephanie Mason for doing a full day transport yesterday to bring Clooney to safety .
He was seen at Crestwood Animal Hospital. We are waiting for a full report on his condition .
We do know he is very thin , matted , and scared . He has tested positive for
heartworms. Clooney also had damage to his ears from fly bites . Clooney is not even a year old. We are thankful to his wonderful fosters Debbie and Paul Croak.
Humanely yours ,
The Arrow Fund